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July 19–24, 2015 Sunday–Friday 5 nights

Camp Kula

Nikki Vilella, Alex Auder, and Erin Dudley
Nikki Vilella

Nikki Vilella is a senior teacher at Kula Yoga Project in New York City, co-owner of Kula Williamsburg, and director of Kula’s 200-hour teacher training program. Her teaching is marked by her passion for sequencing,…
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Alex Auder

Alex Auder is a native New Yorker who grew up in the Chelsea Hotel, with a mom who would host kirtan gatherings in their living room. She has been teaching yoga for almost 20 years,…
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Erin Dudley

Erin Dudley is a senior teacher at Kula Yoga Project in New York City. She was a faculty member for five years at Stony Brook University in New York, where she wrote and implemented the…
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For students who have practiced regularly for min. 2 years, and teachers of all styles of yoga.

Does the idea of going back to camp fill you with glee, or freak you out? At Camp Kula, we’ve nixed the wedgies and mean girls, and replaced them with an eclectic mix of yogic studies, rounded out with feasting in the Kripalu Dining Hall, hiking the wooded Berkshire trails, and relaxing in the sauna.

At Kula, our practice is a vigorous, highly creative vinyasa form that focuses primarily on asana, but we know that yoga’s esoteric teachings have just as much to offer. During this intensive, we examine the workings of your physical and subtle self, exploring diverse topics such as bandhas, Vedantic philosophy, yoga nidra, meditation, and chakra studies—and bring it all home with two sweaty Kula Flow classes daily. Expect to float home—body, mind, and spirit thoroughly worked over and soaring.